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COLUMBIA 

UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE 

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PHYSICIANS 

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GORHAM BEALES, FRANCIS BULLOCK, 
WILLIAM W.CAHOON.FRANCIS P. COLTON, 
HENRY H CURTISS, ENOCH GREEN, 
HORATIO W GRIDLEY, ELIHU T. HEDGES, 

HENRY W PORTER, A. JUDSON RAND , 
LEFROY RAVENHILL, DAVID SELIGMAN, 

JOHN SNOWDEN. SIDNEY B.WORTH, 
STUDENTS 

OF THE 

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, 

DIED OF PESTILENTIAL DISEASE 
WHILE SERVING IN THE 

PUBLIC HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK. 
THIS TABLET 

IS ERECTED BY THE FACULTY . 
THAT THE MEMORY OF THESE 

MARTYRS OF HUMANITY 

MAY NOT DIE i 

I AND THAT TAUGHT BY THEJR EXAMPLE. 

THE GRADUATES OF THE COLLEGE 

MAY NEVER HESITATE TO HAZARD LIFE 

IN THE PERFORMANCE OF . 

PROFESSIONAL DUTY. 



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President 

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Michael I. Sovern, 
L.L.B., L.L.D. 





Vice President for Health 

Sciences and 

Dean of the Faculty of 

Medicine 



Each of you has completed challenging and strenuous, yet also exciting 
years at P&S, among the finest medical schools in this country. On this high 
achievement you are to be warmly congratulated. We have prepared you 
well, if we have taught you to expect and welcome change, to be prepared 
for current knowledge becoming obsolete, and to know how to keep up 
with progress and acquire new knowledge. Although not part of the formal 
curriculum, I hope that you have sensed, how much the world of the physi- 
cian is changing, how much greater are the public's expectations of a physi- 
cian for high professional and personal standards and lifestyle. I hope you 
have found role models among the faculty, models which will help you in 
preserving what must be constants of the profession and in seeking roots in 
tradition while setting the pace for the future. Both in science as in clinical 
practice, the physician succeeds by keeping up with new knowledge, for- 
ever curious and with a flair for spotting the unusual and unexpected, let- 
ting the patient have the benefits of those advances, which have stood the 
test of critical testing, openly conducted. Above all, for the physician the 
patient is a human being, entitled to our compassion, dignity and respect. 

Henrik H. Bendixen, M.D. 
Vice President for Health Sciences 
and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine 



Henrik H. Bendixen, M.D. 



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Associate Dean 
for Student Affairs 

These are the professions from whence yon came: poet, 
photographer, laboratory technician, businesswoman, championship 
rower, artist, nutritionist, pianist, high school teacher-founder, 
ordained sister, brother and theologian, birdwatcher, computer 
programmer, paratrooper, physician's assistant, tin mill worker, rock 
guitarist, salmon packer, ballerina, sailor, museum director, baseball 
player, mountain climber and biochemist. 

A new profession has been added. You have accomplished 
remarkable research and academic achievement, very well balanced 
with outstanding leadership on the national and local levels. In 
learning and leading you have grown and provided health care 
internationally as you have traveled to all continents and from the 
Arctic to Antarctica. 

I congratulate you on your many achievements and I encourage 
you to continue your wide variety of interests, and I have enjoyed 
our short sojourn as I have watched you become Physicians and 
Surgeons. 



Linda D. Lewis, M.D. 



Chairman 
Committee on Admissions 




Andrew G. Frantz, M.D. 



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Donald F. Tapley, M.D. 

Alumni Professor and 

Senior Deputy Vice President 

for Health Sciences 





Lester M. Geller, Ph.D. 

Associate Dean for 
Student and 
Curricular Affairs 



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Anatomy and Cell Biology 



Dr. Ernest W. April 





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Dr. Eladio A. Nunez 



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Dr. Karl H. Pfenninger 



Dr. Charles A. Ely 



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Dr. Isidore S. Edelman 
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Physiology and Cellular Biophysics 





Dr. Mero Nocenti 



Dr. Samuel C. Silverstein, Chairman 




Dr. David Schachter 




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Dr. Harold S. Ginsberg 



Dr. Elvin A. Kabat 



Microbiology 





Dr. Bernard F. Erlanger, 
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Dr. Benvennto Pernis 



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Neural Science 



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Dr. John Fenoglio, Jr. , Acting Chairman 





Ulysses Martin 




Dr. Karl Perzin 



Dr. Richard Defendini 





Dr. Raymond Gambino 



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Pharmacology 




Dr. Daniel J. Goldberg 





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Dr. Leonard C. Harber 
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Dr. Robert M. Glickman, Chairman 



Internal Medicine 




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Dr. Thomas Q. Morris 




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Dr. Robert Canfield 



Dr. John Lindenbaum 



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Dr. J. Thomas Bigger 



Dr. Vincent P. Butler 



Dr. John N. Loeb 






Dr. Gerald B. Appel 



Dr. Carmen Ortiz-Neu Dr. Robert T. Whitlock 




Dr. Rita A. Charon 




Dr. Qais Al-Awqati 



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Dr. Harold C. Neu 



Dr. Arthur Bank 



Rehabilitation Medicine 




Dr. Constance Park 





Dr. Erwin G. Gonzalez 




Dr. Ronald E. Drusin 




Dr. Ethel S. Siris 




Dr. John A. Downey, Chairman 

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Dr. Lucien J. Cote 



Neurological Surgery 




Dr. Bennett M. Stein 





Dr. Audrey S. Penn 




Dr. Donald O. Quest 





Dr. Peter W. Carmel 



Dr. Edgar M. Housepian 



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Dr. Kalmon Post 



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Dr. Elynne B. Margulis 



Dr. Laxmi Baxi 




Dr. Jack E. Maidman 



Dr. Edward T. Bowe 




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Orthopedic Surgery 




Dr. Harold M. Dick 





Dr. Louis U. Bigliani 




Dr. David L. Andrews 




Dr. S. Ashby Grantham 



Dr. Howard A. Kiernan, Jr. 



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Dpthalmology 



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Dr. Jack J. Wazen 




Dr. Maxwell Abramson 
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Dr. Michael Katz 
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Psychiatry 






Dr. Herbert Pardes, Chairman 



Dr. Donald S. Kornfeld 



Dr. Eric Marcus 




Radiology 





Dr. Carol Bernstein 



Dr. David H. Baker 
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Dr. John Austin 







Dr. Thane Ascli 



Dr. Walter Berdon 



Dr. Jeffrey Newhouse 



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Surgery 




Dr. Keith Reemtsma 
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Dr. Alfred Markowitz 



Dr. Henry Spotnitz 



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Dr. Erie Rose 





Dr. Ken Forde 



Dr. Phillip Wiedel 



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Dr. Fred Bowman 





Dr. Frank Gu 



Dr. Alan Benvenisty 




Dr. James R. Malm 




Dr. Paul LoGerfo 




Dr. Roman Nowygrod 




Dr. Sven Kister 



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Urology 



Dr. Peter J. Puchner 
Dr. Tern- W. Hensle 



Dr. John K. Lattimer 






Dr. Carl A. Olsson 
Chairman 



Dr. Harris M. Nagler 




Dean's Office: (/. to r.) 

Flora Atkins. Laurie Novak, and Joan Popovitch 





Special People 



Dean's Office: (I. to r.) 

Jean Burns, 

Ruth Patahj 

and Tlielma Cohen 



Student Affairs and Financial Aid: i / to r. I 
Ideta Daniel. Frances Ficklen and Ellen Spilker 



Minority Affairs and Ambulatory 
Care: Margaret Haynes. Ed.D. 



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GRADUATES 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS ir 

SURGEONS 
CLASS OF 1987 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 




William G. Adams 





Sidney J. Adler 





Jeffrey M. Ahn 



Katrin Andreasson 




William Andersen 



Steven J. Atlas 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Casilda Balmaceda 




Charles K. Bacon 



Myron Bell 





Ivor Benjamin 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Anne F. Benton 





David P. Bichell 




Colin A. Bethel 



Sander B. Binderow 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Keith T. Blackwell 




Peter M. Bingham 



Sheila Sweeney Bond 



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Barbara A. Bowe 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 




Linda M. Brzustowicz 





Randall S. Burd 





Jo Buyske 



Marilyn W. Butler 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 






Judy A. Carter 



David Cataquet 



Mark Wan Soo Chang 





Mitchell A. Chess 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 



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Deborah Li Cohen 




Ann M. Chien 



Francisco G. Colon 




Lawrence W. Cooke 




Minas S. Constantinides 



Bard C. Cosman 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S7 





Thomas A. D'Amico 




Peter Curran 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Marc L. Dickstein 




Robert L. DellAngelo 



Pamela N. Diefenbach 





Kenneth L. Dominguez 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 




Michael A. Dorman 





Patti M. Edelstein 




Vincent M. Figueredo 







Anthony C. Erdmann 




Mary E. Fairbanks 



Robert B. Fine 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 









Mary T. Flood 



Donald Fox 



Laura L. Forese 




Jonathan E. Fuller 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Polyxene Gazetas 




Ann M. Ginsberg 





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Meredith Goodwin 



Michael S. Goldstoff 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 




Steven N. Graff 





Andrew Green 





Steven A. Guidera 



Cordelia T. Grimm 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Lawrence Hanau 




Chiwon Hahn 



Viking A. Hedberg 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Robin K. Hoe 





Kevin Ho 



William M. Hohl 







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Mara J. Horwitz 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S7 





Craig M. Hucluk 





Mercedes P. Jacobson 



Jesus C. Jaile 




Jasmine G. Jeffers 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Andrew S. Kaplan 




Kimberly T. Joseph 



Robert Kazim 






Katherine J. Kelly 



Jeffrey D. Klein 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





William E. Krauss 



Rebecca J. Kurth 




Mariellen M. Lane 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Terri M. Laufer 





Paul F. Lennon 




Thomas H. Lee 



Daniel J. Levine 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S7 





John M. Loiselle 




Jodv Lewtas 



James E. Lovett 





Jeremy Luhan 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Julia A. Lynch 





Michael A. Mann 




Solange MacArthur 



Marian P. Markowitz 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Elizabeth A. Mayer 




Jeffrey L. Maxcy 



Pierre V. Mayer 





Manuel R. Mayor 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Thomas J. McDonagh 




Dawn McGuire 





Basil M. Michaels 



Beatriz Mendez 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 



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Michael A. Munier 





Ann M. Muntzner 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Maria N. Nicolaides 




Glenn E. Nakamura 



Douglas K. Novins 





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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 




Nereida A. Parada 






Louise Phillips 



Karen L. Peterson 




Cornelio J. Porras 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





Scott K. Pruitt 



Stephen C. Rayhill 




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Neil A. Roach 




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Michael H. Rosenberg 



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Michael H. Ryan 




Martin G. Sanda 




James Saxon 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S7 




Daniel C. Schainholz 





Hugh S. Selznick 



Steven W. Schierman 







Kevin M. Shannon 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





John Rubin Sharp 




Robert E. Shapiro 



Yasushi F. Shibutani 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

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Joseph B. Shumway 



Daphne Simeon 





Steven H. St. Clair 




Curtis P. Snook 




Peter D. Stevens 



Joanne L. Stone 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 




David L. Stormberg 







Gary D. Thai 



Thomas S. Taylor 



Sylvia M. Suarez 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 




Marsha L. Thornhill 





Jose A. Torres 




Stacie L. Walton 




J. Todd Weber 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 




Stevan M. Weine 




Robert J. Welch 



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James R. Willis 






Lawrence M. Wong 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1987 





George D. Yancopoulos 




Way Yin 




Gregory J. Young 




William G. Ziarnik 



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THE HIPPOCRATIC OATH 

"You do solemnly swear, by whatever each of you 
holds most sacred 

That you will be loyal to the Profession of 
Medicine and just and generous to its members 

That you will lead your lives and practice your art 
in uprightness and honor 

That into whatsoever house you enter, it shall be 
for the good of the sick to the utmost of your power, 
your holding yourselves far aloof from wrong, from 
corruption, from tempting of others to vice 

That you will exercise your art solely for the cure 
of your patients, and will give no drug, perform no 
operations, for a criminal purpose, even if solicited, 
far less suggest it that whatsoever you shall see or 
hear of the lives of your patients which is not fitting 
to be spoken, you will keep inviolably secret 

These things you do swear. Let each of you bow 
the head in sign of acquiescence 

And now, if you will be true to this, your oath, 
may prosperity and good repute be ever yours; the 
opposite, if you shall prove yourselves forsworn.'' 



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College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University | New York, N.Y. 10032 

ADMISSIONS OFFICE 630 West 168th Street 



I am happy to inform you that you have been admitted to the next entering 
class of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, which is to be enrolled in 
September of 1983. You have survived as arduous a selection process as we 
have ever experienced and we are pleased to have this opportunity to welcome 
you to student membership in the medical profession. 

You will find information about the probable costs of your first year here 
enclosed, as well as a description of our financial aid policies and a 
questionnaire which will be used to help us to determine the extent of your 
need for financial aid. If you intend to apply for such aid, please send off 
the completed questionnaire as promptly as possible. If you decide to accept 
our offer of admission, no fee will be required to ensure your place in our 
next class. You will receive subsequently information about our orientation 
and enrollment schedule. If you decide subsequently to enroll elsewhere, the 
Committee on Admissions requests that you inform us of your change in plans as 
soon as you can. 

The Committee also requests that you respond to our offer of admission by 
. For your convenience, an envelope has been enclosed. If we do not receive 
your reply by that time, we will assume that you do not intend to enroll. 

Because our Committee on Admissions has formed so high a regard for your 
potential contributions as a physician, I hope that your reply will be 
favorable. In any event and regardless of where you ultimately enroll, please 
regard this offer of admission as an expression of our pleasure at having met 
someone so well suited to the medical profession. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1987 

From the Members of the 

DEPARTMENT OF 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 



. . . There is one more thing that 
you can learn about the body that 
only a non-doctor would tell you — 
and I hope you'll always remember this . . . 

The head bone is connected to the heart bone 
and don't let them come apart." 

— Alan Alda, May 1979 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1987 

OUR BEST WISHES FOR 

YOUR FUTURE 

HAPPINESS 

AND CONTINUED 

SUCCESS 



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FROM THE 
DEPARTMENTS OF: 
ANATOMY AND CELL 

BIOLOGY 
BIOCHEMISTRY AND 

MOLECULAR BIOPHYSICS 
HUMAN GENETICS AND 

DEVELOPMENT 
MICROBIOLOGY 
PATHOLOGY 
PHARMACOLOGY 
PHYSIOLOGY AND 

CELLULAR BIOPHYSICS 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the Class of 1987 

BEST WISHES 
FOR THE 
FUTURE 

from the 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SURGERY 



Peter Altman, M.D. 
Alan Benvenisty, M.D. 
Joseph A. Buda, M.D. 
Alison Estabrook, M.D. 
Paul A. Gerst, M.D. 
Mark A. Hardy, M.D. 
Norman E. Hugo, M.D. 
David C. Ju, M.D. 
Sven J. Kister, M.D. 
James R. Malm, M.D. 
George C. Peck, M.D. 
Eric A. Rose, M.D. 
John Schullinger, M.D. 
Charles Stolar, M.D. 
George Todd, M.D. 
Philip D. Weidel, M.D. 



Hugh Auchincloss, M.D. 
Robert G. Bertsch, M.D. 
David Carberry, M.D. 
CarlR. Feind, M.D. 
Frank E. Gump, M.D. 
Frederic P. Herter, M.D. 
Ivo Janecka, M.D. 
Thomas C. King, M.D. 
Peter Liebert, M.D. 
Alfred M. Markowitz, M.D. 
John B. Price, Jr., M.D. 
Craig R. Smith, M.D. 
Francis Symonds, Jr., M.D. 
Arthur Voorhees, Jr., M.D. 
Bashir Zikria, M.D. 
Harold Barker, M.D. 



Frederick O. Bowman, M. 
Arthur Cooper, M.D. 
Kenneth Forde, M.D. 
David V. Habif, Sr., M.D. 
Leif O. Holgersen, M.D. 
Alfred Jaretzki III, M.D. 
John M. Kinney, M.D. 
PaulLoGerfo, M.D. 
Roman Nowygrod, M.D. 
Keith Reemtsma, M.D. 
Thomas V. Santulli, M.D. 
Henry Spotnitz, M.D. 
Paul Starker, M.D. 
Michael R. Treat, M.D. 
Collin J. Weber, M.D. 



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THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OF THE 

COLLEGE 

OF 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 
EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 

AND A 

WARM WELCOME 

TO OUR NEWEST 

MEMBERS 

THE CLASS 

OF 

1987 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

from the 

VICE PRESIDENT FOR HEALTH 

SCIENCES, 
DEAN AND FACULTY 

of the 

COLLEGE OF 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



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SOUTHERN MEDICAL 

CLIOTCS 




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and D.O.T. physicals. Both Worker's 

Compensation and Private Patients 

welcome. All patients evaluated 

and treated by Physicians EXCLUSIVELY. 



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CONGRATULATIONS, COLLEAGUES! 

The Medical Society of the 
State of New York 

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Lake Success, N.Y. 11042 

(516) 488-6100 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER 

DEPARTMENT OF 
RADIOLOGY 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 

CLASS OF 1987 

FROM THE FACULTY 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF 
MEDICINE 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1987 

Dr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Markowitz 



Congratulations to 

Mary T. Flood and the Class of 1987 

from the Flood Family 

Mom, Margaret, Jim, Anne, Elisabeth, 

and John 



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Dear Hugh, 



"LIVE EACH DAY 
TO ITS FULLEST' 



Love, Mom, Jay and Sanford 



From an 
Anonymous Donor 



Best Wishes 
For the Future 

from 
Carl and Sue Krauss 



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To the Class of 1987 

Our Best Wishes and 

Congratulations 

The Department of Neurology 



Dr. and Mrs. Mason Hohl 



Congratulations 

and Best Wishes to 

Linda 

and 

the Class of 1987 

Dr. and Mrs. 
Stanislaw H. Brzustowicz 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1987 

The Department of 
Neurosurgery 



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THE DEPARTMENT OF UROLOGY 

Wishes to Congratulate the 

Class of 1987 and Extend 

Best Wishes for a Successful Future 



THE DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 

CONGRATULATES THE WIDE AWAKE 

CLASS OF 1987 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE 

CLASS OF 1987 

THE DEPARTMENT 

OF 

REHABILITATION MEDICINE 



Congratulations 

to all of you 

from all of us 

Department of Pediatrics 



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THE DIVISION OF 
TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Your consultant for parasitic 
diseases 



BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1987 

DEPARTMENT OF 
OTOLARYNGOLOGY 



JANET LEWTAS 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1987 

from the 
Health Sciences Library 



Congratulations to 

Sidney J. Adler 

and the P&S Class of 1987 

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Adler 

and family 



ROBERT M. HECHT 



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Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1987 

DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 

1987 

SIDNEY A. SASS ASSOCIATES, INC. 

Group Insurance Administrators 

for 

THE ASSOCIATION OF THE ALUMNI 

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

Columbia University 

LOW COST 

TERM LIFE INSURANCE 
DISABILITY INCOME INSURANCE 

200 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK, 10016 212-696-47S0 



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BENEFACTORS OF 




Anne R. Fairbanks 


Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Adams 


Dr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Fine 


Leon O. Andersen, M.D. 


Mr. and Mrs. Alan C. Fuller 


Ellen and Simon Atlas 


Naomi Graff 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Blackwell 


Curt J. Hanau 


Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Burd 


Stephen and Evelyn Hudak 


Dr. and Mrs. William T. Butler 


Margarita and Jesus Jaile 


Dr. & Mrs. Spiros M. Constantinides 


Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Kaplan 


Catherine G. Curran 


Clarice J. Kestenbaum, M.D. 


Sallye and Ned Dawson 


Kitai and Chung Ok Kim 


Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dell Angelo 


Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lane 


Mr. and Mrs. Emil R. Dominguez 


Allan and Sondra Laufer 


Irwin and Marilyn Edelstein 





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THE CLASS OF 1987 



Linda D. Lewis, M.D. 

Mrs. Henrietta Lynch 

Dr. and Mrs. Jonah Mann 

Elizabeth Van Huysen Mayer 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas McDonagh 

Toshio and Grace Nakamura 

Dr. and Mrs. Jay R. Novins 

Dr. and Mrs. Basil A. Pruitt, Jr. 

John and Jean Rinko 

Dr. and Mrs. Kinichi Shibutani 

Neil A. Shneider 

Sisters of Holv Cross Convent 



Willis A. Stevens 

Thomas and Gloria Taylor 

Russell and Judith Thai 

William H. Warden III 

Alfred H. Wassynger 

Barbara R. Wassynger 

Julian and Idelle Weber 

Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Welch 

Marianne Wolff, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Washington Wong 

Lee and Hy Zwang 



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THE AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 



HARLEM HOSPITAL CENTER 

Opposite page 



ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 



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ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL 

Opposite page 



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OVERLOOK HOSPITAL 



MORRISTOWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 




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MARY IMOGENE BASSETT HOSPITAL 



HELEN HAYES HOSPITAL 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1987 

Now that you're starting out in your medical 
career, you'll be spending so much time examining 
the health of others, you may not have time to 
examine the state of your own finances. So while 
you're helping your patients keep physically fit, 
our goal is to keep you fiscally fit. 

As a student, you've had the benefits of Chemical's 
free checking and a ChemBankcard. As a recent 
graduate, you're also invited to take advantage of 
Chemical's free financial counseling as well as 
financial planning seminars specially designed for 
health care professionals. 

Its Chemical's way of not only wishing you 
career success, but of ensuring your financial 
success, too. 

Chemical Bank Chemical Bank 

Veronica Saunders-Retreage, A.V.P. Pearl Aird, Branch Manager 

1146 St. Nicholas Ave. Main Lobby 

(at 167th Street) Columbia Presbyterian Hospital 

N.Y., N.Y. 10032 168th Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10032 

CkemicalBaink 

THE CHEMISTRY'S JUST RIGHT AT CHEMICAL 

Member FDIC 



IT-! 



BEST WISHES FOR 

A LONG AND 

PRODUCTIVE CAREER 

THE DEPARTMENT OF 

OBSTETRICS AND 

GYNECOLOGY 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS OF 1987 

from the 

DEPARTMENT OF 

PSYCHIATRY 



Congratulations to the Class of 1987 




We at the Columbia Medical Center Bookstore extend our congratulations to 

the members of the Class of 1987. We hope that our books have helped 

you to build a firm foundation for your careers and we look forward to 

accommodating your future educational needs. 

The Columbia University Medical Center Bookstore 

Medical Center 650 West 168th St., New York, N.Y. 10032 Tel. (212) 694-4044 

a service of Barnes & Noble 



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212-305-2898 



THE PRESBYTERIAN HAIR STYLING SALON 



JOSEPH PRESTIPINO 




Manager 


Hours - Mon - Fri. 8 - 5 


Presb. Hosp. - 1st Floor, Rm 133 


Sat. 9 - 3 


Extension: 62898 


No Appoint. Necessary 




Congratulations 
Karen Lynn Peterson 

Love and Life's Best 

Dad, Janet, Nancy 
and Raymond 



Additional Benefactor: 
Dr. and Mrs. Francisco E. Colon 



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Graduate Medical Education 
at Overlook Hospital 

Amajorteaching affiliate of the Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons 



Overlook, known for its progressive leadership 
and sound medical practice, is considered one 
of the nation's loremost community hospitals. 
A voluntary, non-prolit health care center. 
Overlook provides extensive modern facilities, 
including 551 beds and 50 bassinets. More than 
2.600 employees and a medical staff of 550 offer 
a broad spectrum ol educational and medical- 
surgical services. 

At Overlook, quality patient care has been a 
tradition for more than 75 years. We emphasize 
the training of primary physicians. Approved 
residency programs are offered in; Denlistry; 
Diagnostic Radiology; 

Family Practice; Internal Medicine; Pedialncs; 
and a Transitional First Year. 



Overlook also offers affiliated programs with 
Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and 
St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center, 
New York City, in General Surgery, Urology and 
Obstetncs-Gynecology. Program directors are 
outstanding physicians, all Board-certified 
specialists in their respective fields. 
At Overlook the administrative and medical staff 
constantly evaluate new concepts in the delivery 
of health care, never losing sight of the 
individual, human needs of the patient and the 
family. It is this commitment to excellence in family 
centered care that has earned Overlook its 
outstanding reputation. 



For information about residency programs 

at Overlook, contact the Department of 

Medical Education. 

Beauvoir Avenue at Sylvan Road 

Summit. New Jersey, 07901 

or call (201) 522-2085 



Overlook 
Hospital 




Best Wishes 

for Success and Happiness 

in your Future Careers 

Columbia University 

Affiliation Office 

HARLEM HOSPITAL 

CENTER 



St. Luke's — Roosevelt 
Hospital Center 

Congratulates 

the Class of 1987, 

thanks them for their efforts 

in support of patient care at the 

Hospital Center, and wishes 

the Class 

the best in the future. 



Yearbook Staff 

Editors Ihn Seong Whang, Karen L. Peterson 

Photography Colin Bethel, Neil Roach, our classmates 

Layout Neil Roach 

Advertising Nereida Parada, Mara Horwitz 

Artwork Dave Bichel 

Assistants Mariellen Lane, Scott Pruitt, Tom D'Amico 





With Special thanks to the following people for their contributions, 
emotional, financial and otherwise, during the past four years . . . 

— our parents, family and friends 

— the faculty 

— Jean Burns and the whole staff of the Dean's Office 

— the P & S Club and Linda Brzustowicz, P & S Club President 

— our class presidents: Myron Bell, Jo Buyske, Todd Weber 

— Ed Thornton, Joe Donovan, Tracy Holtzman and the Hunter Publishing Company 

— our Patrons and Benefactors 



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